30
Jan
2020

Night Vision Camera Tests

We have done our night vision camera tests on our YouTube channel. The camera performs as well as can be expected considering the price range. It’s by no means high-end equipment, as we don’t have the tens of thousands of pounds to spend on it. I’m sorry that you have to put up with my face in the tests, I was the only victim around at the time of testing. Though Prudence the kitten tried to get a staring role, all you can hear is her jingle ball.

Over the coming weeks, we hope to bring you some more equipment test videos, and team intro videos. Fingers crossed I can get the team to sit down and do a thirty second or longer intro video. I may need to bribe them with vegan cookies or chocolate. It would be fantastic if you can get to know us before you see us running around screaming in the dark.

New Locations

We are on the hunt for new locations to check out and research. It’s not like we have a shortage around Wales. We would like to do interesting locations that other ghost hunting shows haven’t covered. The Mini PilotRoad of the Dead’ hasn’t been in any shows, we can revisit it at a later date for a full episode if there’s demand.

Fonmon CastleFonmon Castle is our first choice for the main pilot, we are working on connections to see if we can get access for a few days later this year. Though it’s not an ancient castle, it still has an interesting history and a few scary stories from staff and visitors.

I have always wanted to go on a hunt along Fosse Way, there are many locations along the ancient road. I don’t think anyone has really looked at the road itself. A camp out at a crossroads or where they used to hang criminals might be in order. Though finding a location is proving to be tricky as most places have been developed or are tricky for Kallandra to get to.

Meetings & Workshops

Over the coming weeks, we are having lots of meetings planning the Mini Pilot, and looking at future locations. The team are also getting together so all the team can get to speed on the equipment and work out camera shyness, or overacting. We want the genuine reactions and interactions of the team, therefore workshopping with the team with equipment training is essential. We may also video some of these to offer a bit more behind the scenes footage.

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Gabriel Strange-Wood

Gabriel is a bit of a tech nut, forever building, creating, modifying ghost hunting equipment, not to mention the filming gear. He has been interested in the paranormal since he was a child and had little chance over his life to really dig into ghost hunting. Now with the formation of ParaDocs, he has the chance to put his knowledge and skills to good use. His main skill is in the realm of audio, microphones and equipment used to catch audio and EVP Phenomena. When not ghost hunting, Gabriel is an avid gamer, from board games to computer games. He also drinks way too much coffee. With a face for radio and a voice that can kill an Ox at 20 paces, this is his first foray in front of the camera.

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